This project is an Active Hyperledger project. For more information on the history of this project see the Fabric wiki page. Information on what Active entails can be found in the Hyperledger Project Lifecycle document.
Hyperledger Fabric is a platform for distributed ledger solutions, underpinned by a modular architecture delivering high degrees of confidentiality, resiliency, flexibility and scalability. It is designed to support pluggable implementations of different components, and accommodate the complexity and intricacies that exist across the economic ecosystem.
Hyperledger Fabric delivers a uniquely elastic and extensible architecture, distinguishing it from alternative blockchain solutions. Planning for the future of enterprise blockchain requires building on top of a fully-vetted, open source architecture; Hyperledger Fabric is your starting point.
- v1.3.0 - October 10, 2018
- v1.3.0-rc1 - September 24, 2018
- v1.2.0 - July 3, 2018
- v1.2.0-rc1 - June 22, 2018
- v1.1.0 - March 15, 2018
- v1.1.0-rc1 - March 1, 2018
- v1.1.0-alpha - January 25, 2018
- v1.0.5 - December 6, 2017
- v1.1.0-preview - November 1, 2017
- v1.0.4 - October 31, 2017
- v1.0.3 - October 3, 2017
- v1.0.2 - September 10, 2017
- v1.0.1 - August 10, 2017
- v1.0.0 - July 11, 2017
- v1.0.0-rc1 - June 23, 2017
- v1.0.0-beta - June 8, 2017
- v1.0.0-alpha2 - May 14, 2017
- v1.0.0-alpha - March 16, 2017
- v0.6.1-preview - October 15, 2016
- v0.6.0-preview - September 16, 2016
Please visit the Hyperledger Fabric wiki for our release roadmap. We plan on a quarterly release cadence following the v1.1.0 release, delivering on a scoped set of themes and select features. Unless specified otherwise, all releases will be upgradable from the prior minor release.
Documentation, Getting Started and Developer Guides
Please visit our online documentation for information on getting started using and developing with the fabric, SDK and chaincode:
It's recommended for first-time users to begin by going through the Getting Started section of the documentation in order to gain familiarity with the Hyperledger Fabric components and the basic transaction flow.
We welcome contributions to the Hyperledger Fabric project in many forms. There’s always plenty to do! Check the documentation on how to contribute to this project for the full details.
Check the documentation for information on the testing structure that the project follows.
Hyperledger Project source code files are made available under the Apache License, Version 2.0 (Apache-2.0), located in the LICENSE file. Hyperledger Project documentation files are made available under the Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License (CC-BY-4.0), available at http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/.